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Hi-tech tracking tags are redefining how we discover, understand and manage ocean life
Researchers at Dalhousie University have found that Nova Scotian public school students in grades 7-12 average below 50 per cent when tested on their ocean knowledge. Their study, published recently in the journal Marine Policy, emphasizes the importance of ocean education and literacy for the future health of the world’s oceans.
Dal's latest catch: a new community partnership and seafood certification bring more sustainable seafood to Dal's dining rooms
Dalhousie University and its main food services provider, ARAMARK, today received the first delivery of seafood purchased through Off the Hook -- a community-based fishery co-op whose members use “hook and line” and other environmentally friendly fishing methods. It marks the first time a large institution has purchased seafood through the program, currently managed by the Ecology Action Centre.
In today's Canadian Foundation for Innovation announcement, eight of Dalhousie’s researchers have been awarded new infrastructure-related funding for their research into health and the environment..